Transpack filled with ski pants, base layers, fleece, socks, helmet, goggles, gloves, etc. I wear my jacket. Filled like this it may not fit in some overheads, but that is easy to solve by pulling the boots out.
post #31 of 41
3/3/08 at 2:27pm
I would never let my boots out of my sight when traveling by air. They always come on the plane with me. I can rent/demo skis, but boots are not easily replaced. Even one day in rental/demo boots would suck. My boots are fit to the point where I can slip my foot in, set the buckles on the first notch, and leave them there all day long. The basic fit is so good, I can practically ski them without buckling.
As for the bogus/dorky part, who gives a rip? My boot bag looks like a piece of luggage anyway, it's not like it would even stand out.